It’s Random Acts of Kindness Day on Friday, February 17, 2017. In recognition of this special day, NebraskaLand National Bank is presenting donations to the 2016 My Fair Share recipients.
Staying safe and secure online is becoming harder and harder as cyber criminals find new ways to hack systems and steal information. Test your knowledge about how to protect yourself from identity theft and cybercrime by taking our quiz.
The foundation of successful grain marketing starts with a good plan. Not a generic plan or somebody else’s plan; YOUR plan. There are several criteria by which we build, maintain and execute plans that are specific to a particular producer. Unfortunately many plans don’t get executed or reviewed as intended or modified if and when things change. In light of that, here are five guidelines or strategies to build and execute your grain marketing plan.
October is National Cybersecurity Month! Protect yourself online with these 7 online practices that can make a hackers job much more difficult.
Recently the IRS issued a warning against telephone scammers targeting students and parents and demanding payments for non-existent taxes, such as the “Federal Student Tax.” In the alert, the IRS warns people to be on the lookout for IRS impersonators calling students and demanding that they wire money immediately to pay a fake “federal student tax”. Read on for more information.
Millennials have grown up on technology like personal computers, cell phones and the internet. And while they may be tech-savvy, millennials also are the most blasé about how technology can lead to identity theft.
A bank. A coffee shop. In one building. This is a match made in heaven. Enjoy the weather, grab a drink and head over to the patio at our Main location in North Platte.
NebraskaLand National Bank has partnered with Community Connections for their year-long campaign, Partnering for Positive Change, to help reduce substance abuse in Lincoln County. How can you help? Read more to find out!
You get a phone call or email from a loved one claiming there’s an emergency and asking you to send money immediately. Out of fear and panic, you wire the money only to find out the person on the other line wasn’t your family or friend but a criminal that scammed you. It’s called the “Grandparent Scam” and it’s a growing crime. Read more on our blog!
Please be aware of phishing scams, emails that solicit personal or account information. NebraskaLand National Bank will never send you an email asking for this information, so please do not act on it if you receive an email of this nature. Please contact a Personal Banker immediately if you inadvertently shared personal information.